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The Cat in Art is both full of surprises and hauntingly familiar, as cats play and pounce and sleep and purr their way through 170 great art masterpieces from the ancient world to the present. What cats represent to us in life, they bring to art: elegance and grace, domestic tranquility. Stefano Zuffi’s charming text tells the reader what it all means, from the feline goddesses of the ancients, to the devilish cats of the Middle Ages, to the indispensable companions of our own time.
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Hardcover. 360 pages.
W 9.50” H 9.50”
Founded by Harry N. Abrams in 1949, ABRAMS publishes high-quality art and illustrated books, ranging in theme from art to architecture, design, photography, fashion, comics, sports, and more. Based in NYC, its bestsellers include the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney, Alton Brown’s cookbooks, and Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s photography book, Earth From Above.